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Indianapolis Public Library Yearbooks

A collection of yearbooks from Indianapolis and Marion County high schools made available through the The Indianapolis Public Library. Made possible with assistance from The Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund.

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High schools--Indiana--Indianapolis 481
School yearbooks--Indiana--Indianapolis. 481
Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 118
Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.--History 118
Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 115
Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.--History 115
Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 54
Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 54
Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 44
Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 44
Northwest High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 31
Northwest High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 31
George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 26
George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 26
North Central High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 22
North Central High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 22
Warren Central High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 15
Warren Central High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 15
Shortridge High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 12
Shortridge High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 12
John Marshall High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 11
John Marshall High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 11
Arlington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 10
Arlington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 10
Shortridge High School--History 6
Shortridge High School--Students--Yearbooks 6
Thomas Carr Howe Academy (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 6
Thomas Carr Howe Academy (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 6
Ben Davis High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 4
Ben Davis High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 4
Thomas Carr Howe Community High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 4
Thomas Carr Howe Community High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 4
Harry E. Wood High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History 3
Harry E. Wood High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks 3
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Arsenal Technical High School
115
ITEMS
55,253
VIEWS
55,253
Tech, as Indianapolis residents know it, began not as a school but as a Civil War arsenal on 76 acres of wooded land east of Indianapolis in 1862. The Arsenal closed after the Spanish-American War and it was not until September 1912 that the multiple-building campus opened as Arsenal Technical High School.
Emmerich Manual High School
118
ITEMS
35,340
VIEWS
35,340
Originally established on the south side of Indianapolis to provide training in mechanics, drafting and the manual arts, Emmerich Manual High School opened in the fall of 1895 with the motto “Education of Mind, Hand and Heart.” In the late nineteenth century, combining academic and manual training was an entirely new educational concept and Manual was the first school of its kind in America.
Broad Ripple High School
44
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30,278
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30,278
Broad Ripple High School was originally established in 1886 with a two-year high school course of study for students in the little village north of Indianapolis. The school soon expanded to become a four-year institution and was annexed in May of 1923 to the city of Indianapolis, becoming the city's fourth public high school.
Thomas Carr Howe High School
64
ITEMS
30,213
VIEWS
30,213
The town of Irvington was annexed to Indianapolis in 1902 with the promise of a high school to serve the area. That school finally opened its doors in September of 1938 as Thomas Carr Howe High School, named for a former president of Butler University. The school was closed in 1995, then reopened in 2002 as Thomas Carr Howe Academy, later becoming Thomas Carr Howe Community High School.
George Washington High School
26
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18,122
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18,122
George Washington High School opened in 1927 in Indianapolis in the Haughville neighborhood. A thriving and solidly working-class community at that time, the near west side of the city suffered through the years from loss of employers and n eighborhood institutions. Finally, due to shrinking enrollments, the high school was closed by IPS in 1995.
John Marshall High School
11
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13,667
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13,667
On the far eastside, John Marshall High School was one of three IPS high schools built in response to the rapid growth of Indianapolis™ suburbs in the 1950s and 60 s. The school opened in September 1968, closing as enrollments declined in 1986.
Northwest High School
31
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10,847
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10,847
Located on West 34th Street, Northwest High School is one of three IPS high schools built in response to the rapid growth of Indianapolis’ suburbs in the 1950s and 60s. The school opened in Sept ember 1963.
Shortridge High School
18
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6,604
VIEWS
6,604
From the beginning, Shortridge High School was an innovative educational force in Indianapolis. It is the oldest free public high school in Indiana, opening as Indianapolis High School on the Circle downtown in 1864. The first superintendent, Abram C. Shortridge, took the unusual steps of hiring female teachers and allowing the admission of African American students, as well as lengthening the school year from 3½ to 9 months and introducing a graded system.
Arlington High School
10
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5,300
VIEWS
5,300
Arlington High School , serving the northeast side of Indianapolis, is one of three IPS high schools built in response to the rapid growth of Indianapolis suburbs i n the 1950s and 60s. The school opened in September 1961.
Ben Davis High School
50
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3,851
VIEWS
3,851
Established in 1892 on the western edge of Marion County, Ben Davis High School was built to serve the small community which shared its name. It is now part of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township.
Harry E. Wood High School
3
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1,547
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1,547
When Manual High School moved to its new site on the south side of Indianapolis, IPS refurbished the old school buildings for a new vocational training high school. In the fall of 1953, Harry E. Wood High School opened, its primary focus on acad emics with the specific goal of providing secondary-level vocational education. Wood closed in 1978.
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
Broad Ripple High School
1,206
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The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
Broad Ripple High School
1,161
0
0
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
Thomas Carr Howe High School
1,142
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0
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
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Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The George Washington High School yearbook was originally a special edition of the school newspaper, the Post. The Senior Post continued publication through the 1950s, finally becoming simply the Post.
Topics: George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, George Washington High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
Arlington High School
929
0
0
Topics: Arlington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arlington High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
Arlington High School
918
0
0
Topics: Arlington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arlington High School...
North Central High School
22
ITEMS
880
VIEWS
880
Opening in 1956, North Central High School was built to serve the needs of students in Washington Township, becoming the local high school for a rapidly growing population north of Indianapolis.
The George Washington High School yearbook was originally a special edition of the school newspaper, the Post. The Senior Post continued publication through the 1950s, finally becoming simply the Post.
Topics: George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, George Washington High...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
Northwest High School
786
0
0
Topics: Northwest High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Northwest High School...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
Topics: John Marshall High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, John Marshall High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
Arlington High School
736
0
0
Topics: Arlington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arlington High School...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
Shortridge High School
723
0
0
Indianapolis High School, later Shortridge High School, published its first Annual in June of 1894. It was published annually until the school’s closure in 1981.
Topics: Shortridge High School--Students--Yearbooks, Shortridge High School--History, High...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
Shortridge High School
718
0
0
Indianapolis High School, later Shortridge High School, published its first Annual in June of 1894. It was published annually until the school’s closure in 1981.
Topics: Shortridge High School--Students--Yearbooks, Shortridge High School--History, High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
Topics: John Marshall High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, John Marshall High School...
Topics: Harry E. Wood High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Harry E. Wood High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The George Washington High School yearbook was originally a special edition of the school newspaper, the Post. The Senior Post continued publication through the 1950s, finally becoming simply the Post.
Topics: George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, George Washington High...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The George Washington High School yearbook was originally a special edition of the school newspaper, the Post. The Senior Post continued publication through the 1950s, finally becoming simply the Post.
Topics: George Washington High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, George Washington High...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...
Topics: John Marshall High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, John Marshall High School...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe Academy (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe Academy...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The Industrial Training School, later Manual Training High School and finally Emmerich Manual High School, began to publish an annual soon after the school was established. The yearbook was continued as a special edition of the school newspaper and published twice a year as the Senior Booster through 1938, becoming an annual publication the following year. The title was changed to the Ivian in 1949 and the yearbook has been published yearly since that time with the exception of the years...
Topics: Emmerich Manual High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Emmerich Manual High School...
The Howe High School yearbook was named the Hilltopper for the original site of the school, a 10.9-acre tract known in the community of Irvington as Violet Hill.
Topics: Thomas Carr Howe High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Thomas Carr Howe High...
The Arsenal Technical High School yearbook began publication as a special edition of the school newspaper, The Cannon, in 1912, the year that the Indianapolis high school opened. These “Cannons” were published twice a year through the 1939-40 school year, becoming an annual in 1941. The year book has been published annually since that time with the exception of the years 1999 and 2006 when the annual was not published.
Topics: Arsenal Technical High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Arsenal Technical High...
The first Broad Ripple High School yearbook was published in the spring of 1926. Published annually, the book is titled "Riparian" which means "bank of the river", the name chosen by a student contest.
Topics: Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Students--Yearbooks, Broad Ripple High School...